Reatile Group is a 100% black owned investment holding company formed in 2003 to take advantage of the opportunities presented by the economic transformation in industrial sectors of the South African Economy.
Reatile Group’s strategic focus is on the energy, petrochemical and industrial sectors.
The official company name is REATILE. It is a Tswana name which, when translated and paraphrased means “We are growing” or more directly “We have grown”
Reatile Energy (Pty) Limited
Reatile Energy’s vision is to be a leading player across the entire value chain in the Energy Sector.
Reatile Energy is currently invested in traditional fossil fuels:
Reatile Energy’s ultimate goal is to be renowned in Sub-Saharan Africa for providing energy solutions in chosen sectors.
The Reatile Group believes strongly that the fate of South Africa and indeed the African continent, rests very firmly in the future of the energy industry.
Thus, the company focuses very strongly on the energy sector value chain, including petroleum products sourcing, storage, supply and distribution. A proud milestone in Reatile’s development was the creation of Reatile Gaz which in 2016, merged with Easigas.
Reatile Chemicals (Pty) Limited
Reatile Chemical’s vision is to operate across the value chain in the petroleum industry.
The current strategy is to partner with companies on:
Reatile Chemicals was one of the first additions to the Reatile Group’s industrial and engineering business portfolio. Vopak Reatile was established when Reatile formed a successful BBBEE partnership with Vopak, an established leader in the independent storage and handling of liquid oil products, chemicals, vegetable oils and liquefied gases. Recognising that there is a critical shortage of storage capacity for petroleum products, the company providing mission critical storage capacity at its terminal in Durban in Kwa-Zulu Natal. Several new petroleum storage terminals are in the process of being developed including in Richards Bay in Kwa-Zulu Natal, Coega in the Eastern Cape, Heidelberg in Gauteng to serve the petroleum, gas and chemical markets.